The term ganzfeld (German compound for entire field) refers to an unstructured, uniform colour field as the only visual stimulus. The brain, unable to cope with the missing signal, amplifies neural noise until structures will begin to formate before one's eyes - however, those are entirely fictitious, leaving the actual perception shrouded in mystery.
Similarly, a string of random events may appear as a sophisticated and predictable algorithm that we seem unable to decode. Yet, our approximations fail to describe the work itself - which at this point has nearly vanished.
Each new exposure leads to different interpretations with a vague idea about isolated characteristics - like passing shadows of a fast moving object.
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